Japan airline ANA aims to build digital payments business

ANA, Japan’s largest carrier, is aiming to launch a digital payments business as it seeks a cushion against the volatility in the airline industry’s profits. The plan is part of a broader digital push by ANA, which hopes to build on data collected from …
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